A Child Chosen

Explaining The Adoption Process

Do You Have A Dream Of Being A Foster Parent? You Now Have A Chance

It is the dream of every parent to have a kid in their arms and a reflection of who they were when young. Nevertheless, some have not been privileged to have their own children but can always find the same joy of a parent who bore their own kid by adopting a kid. Some other parents feel lonely after their children have grown up and left to study or work abroad or far away from their home. Such a family usually feels the need of having a child they can send and keep the home compound and house lively; that’s why they go for adoption. But where do you go if you want to be a foster parent?
Well, you have a great chance of holding a baby in your arms provided by Arlington County which is in search of families who can be foster parents. Even if you want to learn about the process of fostering a child you can visit them. Most of the children being fostered have been rescued from various abuse and abandonment by their families due to poverty or other factors.
The county is making a clarion call specifically to families you can adopt teenagers, disabled and even siblings. Besides, they need foster families for children from diverse cultural backgrounds like African American, Hispanic etc. To be a parent of an adopted child, you need to be 21 years and above, be employed and have your resident near Arlington County.
Recently, there has been a kind of attack against Christian foster families who are planning to have foreign adoption. According to Jameson Taylor who works at Mississippi Center for Public Policy, most of the agencies that adopt children based on Christian faith are being discriminated and their efforts of being in operations especially in making foreign adoptions are frustrated. International adoption by Christian foster parents in the United States is being viewed as kind neo-colonial racism.
With this traumatic move by these bureaucracies, Christian must arise and defend their civil rights and consequently their liberty. Federal legislation is against the move and no discrimination should be allowed. There are so many orphaned and poor children globally who need assistance hence let international adoption not be trampled on.

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